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Treasurer-Tax Collector reminds property owners to pay taxes by Dec. 10
San Diego County Treasurer-Tax Collector Dan McAllister reminded local property owners on Wednesday to pay property taxes on time or face a hefty penalty.
Dodger Stadium Fight Leaves Father Of 4 On Life Support With Fractured Skull
45-year-old father of four, Rafael Reyna, is on life support with a fractured skull after being involved in a fight in the Dodger Stadium parking lot following Friday's extra innings game.
Plano West High School Student Killed In Sunday Night Crash In Frisco
Frisco Police said around 8:20 p.m. a car driven by William Ousley, 17, was going westbound on Eldorado Parkway and struck a pickup that was turning left from eastbound Eldorado.
Casnovia Township public hearing on Muskegon County wind farm
Muskegon County could soon have a wind farm in Casnovia Township.
Do you live near a meth lab? This interactive map will show you
As the opioid crisis continues across the country, law enforcement is also confronting the surge of small-scale manufacturers "cooking" drugs like methamphetamine in makeshift labs.
UPDATE: Over 20 urns taken from Laurel Co. cemetery
Deputies with the Laurel County Sheriff's Office say they were called back to the Cumberland Memorial Gardens after management determined that over 20 bronze urns were taken from the cemetery.
‘Flip or Flop’ star facing backlash after ‘inappropriate’ bikini picture
DURHAM COUNTY, N.C. -- "Flip or Flop" star Christina El Moussa is facing backlash for a photo she posted on Instagram Thursday afternoon. El Moussa made headlines last year when she and her husband and co-star Tarek El Moussa decided to split. The photo shows El Moussa and her daughter wearing bathing suits for LSpace by Monica Wise, a swimwear line. She's also holding a French Bulldog.
Avengers: Endgame's Brie Larson would direct an MCU movie
The Captain Marvel star also really wants Kamala Khan and the A-Force to get their own films.
Denver mother wants law changed after son dies following treatment by allegedly high doctor
DENVER - A Denver woman whose 10-year-old son died minutes after an emergency room visit is making a heartfelt plea to state legislators: make the records of disciplined doctors public. This mother said that information could have saved her son's life, but medical professionals are fighting back.